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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETH1RIDOE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, PAQE Hmto biff an Do not buy au Edison Phonograph until you are convinced that you want one. Hear it at the dealer's first. Hear it play a number of pieces. 'Hear it play the kind of music that you that you have heard people sing and that you can know how well it does it. Hear it play Amberol as well as Standard Records. You will decide that the Edison Phonograph is the best. Then remember that it .takes only a small money to buy it. You can get a perfect Edison Phonograph at your own price, whether it or any price up to that will last a life-time, that will give pleasure every day, that will help you to educate your family, that will entertain your' friends, and that will while away many hours that might otherwise be misspent. Standard Records 4oc i Amberol Records (twice as lone) 6sc Grand Opera Records 850 There are Edison dealers everywhere. Go to the nearest and hear the Edison Phonograph play both Eaison Standard and AmbetoJ Records.xGet complete cataloes from, your dealer or from us. NAT1QNAL PHONOGRAPH COMPANY 100 ATB.. N. J., U.S. A. CONTROL MUST STAY IN LONDON Sir Chas. Rivers Wilson Op- posed To Canadian Board F6rG.T.P I Phone 103 M CAPTURE BAD GANG OF CONVICTS One of the Oregon Gang Is and 1 Two Others Are Dangerously Wounded Salem, Oct. battle last night 'between, a posse of. and escaped penitentiary convicts, was re- dawn to-day, withi. the re- sult that t one of. the convicts is dead and another seriously wounded. A third .was seriously wounded last night. The hattle to-day took .place oil the bank of the Walliamette river, about 15 .mile's south -of here, -and near the scene of last night's fight. The dead ,man is George Carter, sentenced from eastern-'Oregon for iiorse stealing. Carter was the lead- 'er of, the gang. He-was shot through the wrist and in the forehead. G-eorge Duncan was shot' through the stomach and will probably; die. He also was serving a sentence for horse .stealing; and it is believed, to have been Carter's partner- Albert Ferr4s was 'shot through the left lung. He is in-a" serious condi- tion. He was serving a sentence for burglary. morning the: posse, which had last night un- til long after midnight, took up the search, for the fugitives. ; had not moved any con- tmerable distance in the night before daylight, and were soon located mak- ing their way upstream, and carrying on a stretcher. The posse began shooting at the [gang, hitting almost at the i first fire. When the. posse closed in j on the fugitives Carter "was dead, and. the other two were willing to make no further resistance. After the men had been was ascertained that .Duncan was by Deputy Sheriff Johnson in the exchange of shots at Buena Bisa last night, when Johnson., was himself wounded. shot the wrist -during the fight. A posse headed by Sheriff-; R.. ,M... .Mint of Arion had turned its attention to the other fugi- tives who escaped Mint and his party struck a trail which they believe is that of -the, cdn- "victs, :and are now following it through the underbrush. This -part of the gang is composed of olich, sentenced for bert" Murray, serving sentence for ar- son; BOMBS AT MUNICH. Munich, Oct. poweiiul bomb was exploded in the street "here-early -today'. The pavement nearby was torn up and neighboring buildings were considerably per son was ation of the' incident The Bellevue Farmers Co. haying sold a large part of, its will ofter'for sale by Public Auction Thursday, October 28th, 1909 10 o'clock, at the PUBLIC MARKET PLACE in LETHBRIDGE, ALIA., all.of its Farming Machin- ery Implements and Live Stock, consisting H-l U I III III I H r; NOW I IS THE TIME To Go GOOSE J GIOSS We have just unloaded a ear of window, plate aud fancy glass and are in a position to fill all orderi at right prices. Our stock of lumber Is _ large and well assorted. Eattmates furnished. Mill- work a specialty. OLIVER'S MKTURIi COMPP Office and Factory Cor.-ROUND and BOMPIS STREETS Telephone 153 Yard, Smith St Phone 195 Resolutions Blame the Church New York, Oft. 20.-Aroused by the fierce speech of Emma Goldman. men and women, socialists, an- archists and other radicals, packed an east side hall and, unmolested by the police, adopted resolutions de- nouncing the execution of Ferrer., "Alfonso, the was mut- tered in three languages, English, Spanish and French, as the "succeed- ing speakers attacked the Spanish monarch and hinted that reveoge was yet to come. Emma was the chic! speaker, sought to draw a parallel between the case of Ferrer.and those f iJoyer, Haywood and Pettibone of he Western Federation of Miners. .It vas announced that a more compre- hensive will be held at Car- negie hall Tuesday night. The resolutions adopted recite in ttvf, "The murder of Ferrer was com- nitted by; the unholy Trinity, chtcch. money arid'government. This Trinity church revenged itself "because F.errer nstigated free anti-clerical schools, wherein' the; results of independent science and pedagogy were taught. "This meeting denounces it as one of the worst; 'and most cowardly crimes ever committed .under the dis- ;uise of the law, and expresses its sincerest sympathy and solidarity with the thousands of fighters for freedom who still struggle in the dutches" of the Spanish nation." Although denounced by the resolu- tions, the death Ferrer was Tiailed by Emma Goldman as a cause joicing rather than- of mourning. I am not here to mourn, but to celebrate Ferrer's she cried. "In this age of greed, cowardice and indifference, we must rejoice that there was a''man like Ferrer, who had "rather ;'than liver like a dog. If I the American work- man had -enough revolutionary spirit, I would ask: them to follow the ex- amples of-- France and Italy, go on a general strike and declare to .their bosses their in honor of Ferrer." "Emma Goldman was the last speak- er. Among "others who aroused the crowd, -was Alexander Berkman, her associate, .who served time ing H: C. Frick, and Father Bullard, who knew Ferrer in France. Ring Up 108 I When you want IDRAYING Done promptly and v satisfactorily JOHN BROblE i f DUCK SHOOTING. You will i NEVER have any trouble when shooting if you T Buy Your Gun FROM HAYR. BROS We are giving special prices on guns for t, t Thanksgiving Day i 'l-H-I II II I II ll II I'll M't I ifr'I I-H-H-H--I l'i I I II H-I-jft SWEDISH ARCTIC EXPLORER BELIEVES COOK After Knowing. News- Brought '.by K. Rasrnussen TWILL BE ;X GREAT1 CONVENTION 500 voices and a tost of ihe nfcst ]-prominent workers in Alberta "will also .take part. General Teaming We do all classes of teaming on the shortest notice. Satis- faction guaranteed. If you need coal .and you want the best .value your money will buy, see me. Coal paid for on delivery. -J. TiCKNER, Box 1954 the board as new chairman. As a matter'' of fact, Lord Milner was deep- ly immersed 'in British: politics just now and expected to occupy a high place in the Unionist ministry. The amendment that the decision regarding payment a pension to Sir Charles'Rivers-Wilson be delayed, carried by a vote ot 8632 to 3163. It is stated that Mr. Alfred Smithers has retired from .stock exchange to devote himself entirely to the G. T. chairmanship. Sir.-.-Hays' name already appears in 'European adver- tisements as president., Stockholm, Oct. Otto Nor- the Arctic explorer, was much impressed' brought by Knud Rasmusse'n; '_' explorer now' in Greenland, Greenland steamer Godthaab. Easmussert is re- ported .as confident through .talks with Eskimos that Dr. Cook reached the North Pole.' message from Dr. jSTordenskjold said, me without doubt that Dr. Cook reach- ed the pole as he stated. I deplore, however, the fact that Cook faikd to turn over his observations to the University of Copenhagen immediate- j ly nipon his arrival in Denmark. Had he done this, he would have 'deprived' Commander Peary of an opportunity to allege that his polar data was, made to order after Cook reached New York. Such .allegations, however, will not be given credence by any one like myself, who is well acquainted' with Cook, knowing him .as a conscientious Reports from every part of, Alberta go to show that there mlTte, a "bum" per attendance at Sunday School Convention in Oct: and 29. All denominations-are interested and will be "well represent- ed. General Secretary-JEermy eipects fully 40 persons to 300 miles or over each .-way in order .to be there. Marion Lawranct-, general secretary 'of the International Sunday'' School- :and Prof. E. 0. of Chicago, will assist. A 'Choir of tain that much ove.r 100 delegates will" attend and single "fare will thus be secured on the Canadian Northern and Canadian Pacific. Full conyen- are accorded fto all who-'attend but every-Sauday" school is urged to appoint official delegates who will bring a report to the school. It will pay you to trade with jus. Pioneer Lumber-Co. Credit of -Nine Months, bankable paper, will be granted on all sums Terms: of over This is a Closing Out Sale andjall articles offer- ed will be sold without reserve, A.S. Bowman President Auctioneer also at the. same time and place. offer Two Sections of Land in Township 8, Range 17, being Sections 10 and 15. Terms on land ope-ieiitl.i ciish, balanced equal payments, interest. REMOVING A COMPLETE BEDROOM spring and mattress, a three- drawers dresser with a British beveled plate mirror, "and; wash- stand to match.'- Reg. Special for Thanksgiving Week VALUER FULL AGE SPRING BED LOUNGE Reg. Now SINGLE a few left. Reg. New A BIG VARIETY OF HEATERS. ALL OUR GOODS OFFERED FOR THIS WEEK 25 P.C. OFF. We will open our new store on Round_SC oppositethe .Harold office on Saturday, October 23rd The Golden West Furniture Store INSURANCE MEN TO INTERVIEW FIELDING Montreal, Oct. large deputa- tion of fire insurance men from all parts of .Canada met here tonight, and will leave for Ottawa tomorrow, to interview Mr. Fielding regarding insurance bill which passed the com- last session, but did not get hrough the senate. The delegation vill ask that the clause which permits oreign companies into- Canada and no business without putting up a 'de- posit or being under the control of j he department of insurance' by the j payment of 15 per cent, on the part of the insured to the government be eliminated from the bill. The legis-j ation which has been before the bank .ng and commerce committee for three years, was passed in the dog days of :ast session and the insurance men claim that it was rushed through without proper consideration being given thereto. BEST WISHES FOR Thanksgiving i _ .1. For Up-to-date Gifts see our European Novelties The only store in the city show- ing these The annual report of the Union Pa- cific railroad company for the year ended June 30 last shows that after payment of the dividends of per cent, on the preferred stock and 1.0 per cent, on the common stock, the total surplus from transportation op- erations and from, other income for the year was an increase of R. A. WRIGHT The Live Jeweller Established 1898 Importer of Watches, Jewelry, and Precious Stones EYE charge of Optical Department- It will pay you to with Lumber Co. 242-HI ;